What Is the Boiling Point of Vinegar?

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The boiling point of vinegar depends with the amount of acetic acid in it. The typical commercial distilled white vinegar contains five percent of acetic acid and its boiling point is 100.6 degrees Celsius.
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Vinegar is usually a solution of 5% acetic acid in water. Its boiling point is close to water. Vinegar will boil at 100.6 degrees C or 213 degrees F. You can find more information here: http://www.apple-cider-vinegar-benefits.com/properties-of-vinegar.html#bpv
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The boiling point of vinegar is about 100.6 degrees C. If the percentage of acetic acid increases in vinegar then so does the boiling point. You can find more information here: http
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213 degres f.
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A typical distilled white vinegar containing 5% acetic acid (and 95% water)
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Depends on the type of vinegar. But the actual chemical is called acetic acid and it's Boiling point is 118.1°C (391.2 4K) (244.6°F) Source(s) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki
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